Researchers Squeeze HSA Blood Proteins from Rice

1 Nov

Human Serum Albumin HSA is a protein commonly used in vaccines and often administered for serious burn injuries and liver disease and commonly in short supply due to a lack of donors. That’s why researchers from Wuhan University have figured out how to grow it—not in people, but in rice. Hit the link to read more.

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